English FA WSL
The FA WSL, formerly given the working title FA Women's Super League, is an English semi-professional league for women's association football clubs. It is run by the Football Association and replaceed the FA Women's Premier League as the highest level of women's football in England. The top two spots of the league qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League the next season.
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The Earliest World Cup 2015 Prediction
This time of year women's soccer is mostly under the radar, but hopefully as we come closer to the 2015 World Cup in Canada this June the tournament will get the world coverage it deserves compared to what we will see in Canadian press and regularly on ...
Womens World Cup 2015 Preview
Head coach Tony Readings (a native of England who played with Wimbledon AFC before immigrating to New Zealand) was promoted from the Women's U-20 side when Herdman left. .... Three likely squad members have recent FA WSL experience, with two players ...
2014 Irish Women's Football in Review
The Panda's took on Bristol Academy of the FAWSL in England, who showed their strength and has since knocked out Barcelona FC. Bristol's next game is against one of the powerhouse's of women's football FFC Frankfurt of the German Bundesliga in the ...
Karen Carney and Birmingham relaxed before WSL title climax
Now Carney, who has been capped 99 times by England and seems to have been around for longer than her 27 years, is preparing for a season climax that underlines the changes in women's football. Her Birmingham City side sit second in the Super ...
Wright-Phillips scored 27 goals in the MLS last season
The 29-year-old, son of former England and Arsenal striker Ian Wright and brother of QPR and England international winger Shaun Wright-Phillips, continued: "Obviously as a striker, I learnt the most from Thierry. "Positionally on the pitch, or when I ...
Women's World Cup: International players to watch
After a breakdown in her family, Williams found herself going from shelter to shelter, all the while rising up the ranks of English football. Williams made her international debut in 2001 at 17, while hiding her domestic situation from her teammates ...